Attention perverts male and female the TSA has a job for you: U.S. Airport Pat-Downs Are About to Get More Invasive

crew-2231211Let’s see if we have this down right!


The TSA has known about this for years and numerous dry runs have been conducted over the past years and nothing has been done about it.

In December, a CNN political commentator, Angela Rye, posted an article online describing her “humiliation” during a TSA agent’s search. Rye wrote in graphic detail about the pat down of her genitals during a search at the Detroit Airport before a flight to New York. (Likely fake news)

Those on duty must be fired when objects of danger are run through the screening tests.

Of course, that just doesn’t happen, does this signal hope?



The TSA reacts to a study that found weapons making it past security.

Happiness is a warm gun! (Source)

March 4th, 2017

Travelers, at Denver International Airport, make their way through security lines on May 26, 2016.

Photographer: RJ Sangosti/Denver Post via Getty Images

While few have noticed, U.S. airport security workers long had the option of using five different types of physical pat-downs at the screening line.

Now those options have been eliminated and replaced with a single universal approach.

This time, you will notice.


The new physical touching, for those selected to have a pat-down, will be be what the federal agency officially describes as a more “comprehensive” physical screening, according to a Transportation Security Administration spokesman.

Denver International Airport, for example, notified employees and flight crews on Thursday that the “more rigorous” searches “will be more thorough and may involve an officer making more intimate contact than before.”

“I would say, people who in the past would have gotten a pat-down that wasn’t involved will notice that the [new] pat-down is more involved,” TSA spokesman Bruce Anderson said Friday.

il_fullxfull-193901065The shift from the previous, risk-based assessment on which pat-down procedure an officer should apply was phased in over the past two weeks after tests at smaller airports, he said.

The TSA screens about 2 million people daily at U.S. airports. The agency doesn’t track how many passengers are subject to pat-down searches after they pass through an imaging scanner. People who decline to use this screening technology are automatically subject to physical searches.

While passengers may find the process more intrusive, the new screening procedure isn’t expected to increase overall airport security delays. However, “for the person who gets the pat down, it will slow them down,” Anderson said.

The change is partly a result of the agency’s study of a 2015 report that criticized aspects of TSA screening procedures. That audit, by the Department of Homeland Security’s Inspector General, drew headlines because airport officers had failed to detect handguns and other weapons. An additional change prompted by the report was the TSA’s decision to end its “managed inclusion” program, by which some everyday travelers were allowed to use PreCheck lanes to speed things up at peak times.

Physical screening has long been one of the traveling public’s strongest dislikes regarding airport security protocols. The TSA has all pat-downs conducted by an officer of the same sex as the traveler and allows a passenger to request a private area for the screening, as well as to have a witness present. Likewise, the traveler can request that the pat-down occur in public view.

See the entire article below.

The new policy also applies to airline pilots and flight attendants, classified as “known crewmembers” who generally receive less scrutiny at checkpoints. The TSA conducts occasional random searches of these employees, and airlines this week inquired as to whether their employees would be subject to more frequent pat-downs. The number of random searches for airline crews isn’t changing and will remain a “very small percentage” of the total, Anderson said. But airport employees may face more random checks.

The random searches also vary by airport, depending on the screening program, Anderson said. “Sometimes it’s random, sometimes they’re consistent, based on the door you enter,” he said of the searches given workers with airport ID badges. “Sometimes, those measures call for a pat-down.”

In their notice, Denver airport officials said employees are subject to search at random locations: “If a pat down is required as part of the operation, badged employees will be required to comply with a TSA officer’s request to conduct a full body pat down.”

TSA officials didn’t immediately address whether the new universal pat-down protocol will mandate touching of passenger genitals.




About JCscuba

I am firmly devoted to bringing you the truth and the stories that the mainstream media ignores. Together we can restore our constitutional republic to what the founding fathers envisioned and fight back against the progressive movement. Obama nearly destroyed our country economically, militarily coupled with his racism he set us further on the march to becoming a Socialist State. Now it's up to President Trump to restore America to prominence. Republicans who refuse to go along with most of his agenda RINOs must be forced to walk the plank, they are RINOs and little else.
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3 Responses to Attention perverts male and female the TSA has a job for you: U.S. Airport Pat-Downs Are About to Get More Invasive

  1. This whole shitstorm results from failure to use logic. Only Muslims need to kill us so badly they gladly die trying. The hijackers who struck 16 years ago were all slaves of Satan, what part of that is not undersood?

    Common sense dictates excluding Muslims from airports as staffers, crew members, TSA agents, security, police and passengers! No God damn Muslims, no way!!! Let them swim or slither, not fly!!!

    @DonaldJTrump: is this message clear enough?


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